Organizing your Drawers on TV

My latest TV segment aired this week on KPTV Channel 12, on their More Good Day Oregon show. . . . → Read More: Organizing your Drawers on TV

Keep Those Drawers Organized!

I like to keep my drawers and shelves neat. And I don’t spend hours folding or ironing anything… yeah, I’m a little lazy! But at least I can find what I need, when I need it. . . . → Read More: Keep Those Drawers Organized!

Reuse That Container… Handy Ideas for the Kitchen

Handy tips about reusing things in the kitchen, such as using plastic yogurt lids underneath your olive oil bottles, etc., to keep the mess off your shelves, storing bulk foods efficiently and organizing small items in your kitchen or garage drawers. . . . → Read More: Reuse That Container… Handy Ideas for the Kitchen

Elaine makes her TV debut

Elaine’s first time on TV features her ideas on reusing household common items in creative and useful ways to save cleanup time, handy storage ideas and ways to prevent food waste. . . . → Read More: Elaine makes her TV debut

House in the Oregon Wine Country

Sneak peak! Post construction photos of a new guesthouse built with art display, entertaining and hospitality in mind. Cool, sleek and modern probably weren’t what you imagined for any building in a wine country! . . . → Read More: House in the Oregon Wine Country

House in Fredericksburg, Texas

This house, chock full of Southern hospitality in the heart of the Hill Country in central Texas, is designed for outdoor living and is a study of vernacular stone and wood. Ready for entertaining, this is a large but warm and comfortable home. . . . → Read More: House in Fredericksburg, Texas

Cooking tips – Old Cookbooks and an Oatmeal Cookie Recipe

This month’s cooking secret: Write in your cookbooks. Cross stuff out. Make notes. Add stuff as your own taste buds and values dictate. For example, “less salt, double the cumin.” . . . → Read More: Cooking tips – Old Cookbooks and an Oatmeal Cookie Recipe

Recycle: Composting tips to get you started

Recycle! To easily collect food scraps for compost, place a wide and low bowl on your counter near your cutting board. Aim your carrot peeler toward the bowl and collect your scraps as they’re made! It’s also an easy place to dump your coffee filters, toss your tea bags, etc. Empty daily into a larger collector bin if your compost pile isn’t super handy. . . . → Read More: Recycle: Composting tips to get you started